ESRB Rating

May contain violent content, mild or strong language, and/or suggestive themes.

Release Date

US: 2010-10-26

Genre: Wrestling

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011

Also available for: PS2, PSP, PS3, Wii

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 empowers players more than ever to to define their gameplay experiences in a dynamic and ever-changing WWE. Along the way, gameplay scenarios change based on player decisions, allowing for more spontaneous WWE action in and out of the ring. Players can also enjoy a greater level of interactivity and have increased control of their destinies in the game’s popular Road to WrestleMania story-driven mode.

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 has more creative tools than ever to customize their Superstars, finishing moves and story designs. In addition, searching and sharing content are greatly simplified with improvements to the highly regarded WWE Community Creations feature, which generated nearly 10 million downloads, including more than 7.5 million Created Superstars, 500,000 story designs and 500,000 finishing moves in its franchise debut.

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 also features more than 70 of today's prominent WWE Superstars and Divas. In addition, a new physics system will ensure all matches and object interactions look and feel unique, dynamic and unpredictable to capture the full essence of the WWE Universe.

RTWM Challenge Maps 2010-11-08

RTWM Guide 2010-11-08

THQ Details North American Retail Incentives for WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2011 2010-08-30

Consumers provided with opportunities to secure exclusive WWE Superstars, additional ring gear options and a playable arena.

The Covers of SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 2010-08-16

John Cena highlights cover athletes for this year's title.

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Ratings for WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011

Rating Description
Presentation WWE Universe is an ever-evolving federation that reacts to what you're doing. That's awesome. Still, RTW's flapping heads and bare backstage areas take you out of the experience.
Graphics The Superstars look good in the ring, but the crowd is still goofy and the backstage stuff can look desolate. The animations are rad, though.
Sound The voice acting is good in the stories with one or two exceptions (looking at you, R-Truth), and the music is what you'd expect. Commentary is pretty weak as it repeats and is usually wrong.
Gameplay The grapple system is frustrating at times as there's an added step to the real move you want, but I do enjoy reversing out of Finishers and being able to aim my powerbombs onto tables.
Lasting Appeal It'll take some time to go through all the RTW stories, but what'll keep you coming back is leveling-up online, downloading stories and exploring WWE Universe.
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